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Speech2Spell: A Voice-Enabled Spell-Out Game Using Voice Recognition Algorithm using Android platform is a mobile game using voice recognition. Voice recognition are used in security reasons to protect or secure one’s property, some are used in voice command machines like televisions, lights, air conditioners and other appliances even in small devices help the users in asking directions and many other things that you didn’t know it can be done by voice recognition. The game speech2spell is a voice recognition game that simply recognizes all single word that is being spoken by the user, the game is played only by a single player; also the game must be played at a quiet environment or user can also use their headphone to limit the noise that has been absorbed or heard by the mobile. The game can help users to improve their knowledge in speaking the right word. The game has a custom mode setting for the user. On custom mode game, the user can take a picture on the object and can be used in game system. The captured images taken from the custom mode is only exclusive at the custom mode. The game also has classic mode, it has a default images that flash on the screen of the mobile for the user can guess what the system shows.
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